As I continue to struggle/experiment/learn how to get the sound I want from my mics, pres, and oh yes, voice, I was inspired to try something new (to me) and it kinda, sorta, works. I take two tracks (recorded with different mics and pres), eq and compress both so that they sound as good as I can make them, but neither one "just right". I then take the one I like better as the reference, then bring up the other one, but with a reversed phase. If I bring this up too much, phase cancellation makes my voice way too thin, but if I bring it up say 6db down, it seems to really cut out the stuff that I haven't figured out how to EQ away. How prevalent is this technique? Does it have a special name? If I use this technique too much, will I go blind?